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SRAM recalls RockShox suspension forks due to breakage concerns

SRAM Recalls RockShox Suspension Forks Due to Breakage Concerns
Certain SRAM suspension forks recalled for potential breakage issue

SRAM has issued a voluntary recall of select RockShox Lyrik and RockShox Yari front suspension bicycle forks because they can fatigue prematurely and break, which may cause the rider to lose control and fall.

The recall specifically involves 29-inch Boost forks, model year 2019, within the serial number range of 02T95514009 through 08T96214665 AND having a fork lower with a casting code of “18” and “O” or “19” and “A”.


SRAM RockShox fork recall casting code location and example
Left: Casting code located on the inside of arch web. Right: Example of casting code 18 O.

The forks were sold as aftermarket equipment and as original equipment on the following mountain bicycle brands and models:









Process153 29

Process 153 DL 29

Process 153 CR 29

Process 153 CR DL 29

Process 165 29

Santa Cruz

Megatower 29



Powerfly LT 7 US

Powerfly LT 9.7 US


Ransom 930


SRAM's recall notice, issued in conjunction with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), indicates about 920 affected units in the U.S. and Canada, and no reports of incidents.

What to do next

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bicycle forks and contact a local SRAM dealer to schedule a free replacement of the lower fork legs.

More recall information:

:: Recall Info on SRAM's website.
:: Recall Notice on the CPSC website.
:: Recall Notice on the Health Canada website.


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